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Does anyone have any experiences to share about Carley Garner or her products and services? I am doing some research before inviting her on to do a webinar on futures.io (formerly BMT).

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Never heard of her in 35 years around markets.

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Specifically, I am looking into her knowledge on Options trading, as that is the topic I would like to invite her to discuss on futures.io (formerly BMT).

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Carley Garner has her own monthly column in the TASC magazine, which is called "Futures for you". I am reading this regularly. It is some basic stuff and explanations of a variety of subjects. I think she has a broad knowledge on FOREX, futures and options.

She further has co-authored a book on commodity options.

Commodity Options: Trading and Hedging Volatility in the World’s Most Lucrative Market: Carley Garner,Paul Brittain: 9780137142866: Amazon.com: Books

I have not read the book, so I cannot comment on it.

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Carley Garner has her own monthly column in the TASC magazine, which is called "Futures for you". I am reading this regularly. It is some basic stuff and explanations of a variety of subjects. I think she has a broad knowledge on FOREX, futures and options.

She further has co-authored a book on commodity options.

Commodity Options: Trading and Hedging Volatility in the World’s Most Lucrative Market: Carley Garner,Paul Brittain: 9780137142866: Amazon.com: Books

I have not read the book, so I cannot comment on it.

@Fat Tails,

Funny, I have been reading TASC for 30 years now, I read Tom Gentile's (Optioetics) Explore Your Options page but never noticed Carley's name under her picture, my bad. She mostly writes on Futures than on Options.

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Funny, I have been reading TASC for 30 years now, I read Tom Gentile's (Optioetics) Explore Your Options page but never noticed Carley's name under her picture, my bad. She mostly writes on Futures than on Options.

Yes, there are three of them Carley Garner, Tom Gentile and Don Bright with his "Questions and Answers". It is a clever idea to take care of those columns, as it certainly gets them a reputation and some customers.

My favourite regular contributor is Howard L. Simons, but he writes for the "Active Trader", not for TASC.

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Yes, there are three of them Carley Garner, Tom Gentile and Don Bright with his "Questions and Answers". It is a clever idea to take care of those columns, as it certainly gets them a reputation and some customers.

My favourite regular contributor is Howard L. Simons, but he writes for the "Active Trader", not for TASC.

Yes, Carley is a recent addition and Don Bright goes for a longer time. I met him in Vegas a couple of times promoting his money management services during Expos. I have seen a bunch of authors there to go on with a related business venture.

My favorite of TASC contributors is Dr. Giorgos Siligardos with a few actually useful and interesting articles. There is so much to technical analyses after so many years reading TASC and coding their indicators and system that these days I just peek through for something that catches my eyes. That is how I missed on Carley.

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I read her book as a beginner and thought she did a fantastic job of explaining futures options strategies. I think having her for a webinar would be great, especially for people who don't know much about that area.

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I read her book, and I thought it was good, not great if you have traded options before.

You can see a lot of experience in actual trading and I think it would be a good choice for a seminar.

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